Fashion Week Beauty: Editor's Picks

A peek ahead: Here are our favorite hairstyles and makeup trends from the runways for Fall/Winter 2011.

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The Biebs

We all know that Justin Bieber is a teen pop sensation, but who would have thought he would inspire a hairstyle trend at the Nicole Miller show during Fashion Week? I guess we should 'Never Say Never.'

Staying within the Lines

The eye makeup at DKNY was made for girls on the go. These black-lined cat eyes are a breeze to recreate—simply trace your eyelid, swipe on mascara and you're set.

Pop Art

Bold colors paired with very cherry-red lips were a staple at the Diane von Furstenberg show.

Monday Mourning

Porcelain skin, nude lips, and Goth-like eye makeup were subtly seen through veils of lace at the Jason Wu show.

Slicker Than Grease

Models at Max Azria were seen with wet-looking hairstyles paired with smoky eyes and heavy eyebrows. Our excitement about this trend? No need to pluck as often!

Middle of the Road

Sleek, shiny hair parted exactly in the middle were seen on models at the Tommy Hilfiger Fashion Show.

Channeling Pocahontas

Exaggerated smoky eyes, nude lips, and hairstyles that were a mix between gypsy warrior and Indian princess strutted down the runway at Rag and Bone.

Renaissance Revival

Romantic buns, loose braids, and whimsical red eye shadow (sans mascara) looked like a fairytale at Thakoon's Fall/Winter 2011 runway show.

Top It Off

Under floppy wool hats were straight strands and neutral faces at the Tommy Hilfiger show.

Two-Toned Tresses

Subtle ombré hair paired with textured jackets made a debut on the Tory Burch runway. The trick to making this hair trend work is to stay within two shades from top to bottom.